Detail from Men’s Business by Jai Darby Walker.
Detail from Men’s Business by Jai Darby Walker.

Secret extension

The recently opened Men’s Business exhibition at the Northern Rivers Community Gallery in Ballina (part of Arts Northern Rivers’ Indigenous Arts Development Program) has been extended until Sunday, January 17.

Men’s Business is an exhibition featuring the work of 24 male Indigenous artists living in the local area.

This exhibition captures an Indigenous perspective – interpreting land, culture, and Aboriginal spirituality through the eyes of local male artists, young and old, established and emerging. It is their voice, telling their stories, and sharing their experiences of being proud Aboriginal men.

“This is not an exhibition of secret men’s business, intended for men’s eyes only,” Lismore-based artist Les Evans said. “It’s a celebration of Aboriginal men’s art that they and their communities can be proud of.”

For more info phone the gallery on 6681 6167.


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